Recently my brother, his girlfriend, my girlfriend and I went to a restaurant in London named Burger & Lobster. This restaurant is pretty popular small chain (four) in London. There are three options
1. Whole lobster
3. Lobster roll
All costing £20. I think everyone that talks about the restaurant has the same view – expensive for a burger but not too bad for a lobster
Before we sat down, we had to wait. We were allowed to wait at a pub where they would call when the table was free. After a pint at a local pub, we went back and drank at the bar waiting for a table. We didn’t want to be half way through a pint at a pub and miss a table or down the pint. When the table became free, we sat down and all ordered the whole lobster.
There are two ways to have the lobster. The first is steam all the way. The second is the lobster is quickly grilled at the end of the steam. We all chose the grilled.
The lobster was good. It was enjoyed by all.
After that, we went to another pub and had a pint then went our separate ways.
A talent to improve my posts would be to include some of the interesting conversation but I haven’t learnt that skill yet like Danny Wallace (famous author)
This is simple to make, all ages can do it, all ages enjoy it and you can add whatever sweets you want and it would still taste awesome!
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
100g butter, cubed
300g dark chocolate, broken into squares
3 tbsp golden syrup
4 rich tea biscuits, broken into pieces
Handful of mini marshmallows
1 mars bar, broken into pieces
1 twix, broken into pieced
Add the butter, chocolate and golden syrup to a pot.
Cook over a low heat, until melted, stirring until smooth.
Cool for about 10 minutes.
Line a square tin with baking paper.
Stir in the chocolate bars, biscuits and marshmallows.
Pour the mixture into the tin.
Spread mixture out.
Put in fridge, until it hardens.
Cut into squares